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Attok12




My number one choice would be Darkstar. This is the easiest way for her to make a return, after having been killed off so ridiculously in NEW X-MEN by Grant Morrison. So far, Mockingbird has returned (or so it looks right now anyway) and this makes me happy, so I'll take her until a writer brings back Darkstar. \:\-\) I know I'm not the only Laynia fan, too. \:\-\)


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Attok12




Heck, who needs the Skrulls. The Presence brought back Vanguard, so maybe he could pull a whammy with Darkstar. That would be so fetch! \:\-\)


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sinestro24




Banshee his death made no sense to me.


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Attok12




I forgot....how did Banshee die?


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jsf




> I forgot....how did Banshee die?

X-men: Deadly Genesis, trying to save a plane load of passengers from being killed by Vulcan.




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Unstable Molecule




> My number one choice would be Darkstar. This is the easiest way for her to make a return, after having been killed off so ridiculously in NEW X-MEN by Grant Morrison. So far, Mockingbird has returned (or so it looks right now anyway) and this makes me happy, so I'll take her until a writer brings back Darkstar. \:\-\) I know I'm not the only Laynia fan, too. \:\-\)

The Vision. We never saw him phase in Avengers Disassembled; he could easily have been swapped with a robot full of Ultron-balls. It would take some fancy dancing to explain how Young Vision got his memories, but it appears Young Vision had his head blown off in SI#3 anyway. As much as I like Young Vision and his expanding relationship with Stature, I'd sacrifice him in a heartbeat to have the original Vision back.


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Doc Shallot




> > My number one choice would be Darkstar. This is the easiest way for her to make a return, after having been killed off so ridiculously in NEW X-MEN by Grant Morrison. So far, Mockingbird has returned (or so it looks right now anyway) and this makes me happy, so I'll take her until a writer brings back Darkstar. \:\-\) I know I'm not the only Laynia fan, too. \:\-\)
>
> The Vision. We never saw him phase in Avengers Disassembled; he could easily have been swapped with a robot full of Ultron-balls. It would take some fancy dancing to explain how Young Vision got his memories, but it appears Young Vision had his head blown off in SI#3 anyway. As much as I like Young Vision and his expanding relationship with Stature, I'd sacrifice him in a heartbeat to have the original Vision back.


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MysteryMan




> My number one choice would be Darkstar. This is the easiest way for her to make a return, after having been killed off so ridiculously in NEW X-MEN by Grant Morrison. So far, Mockingbird has returned (or so it looks right now anyway) and this makes me happy, so I'll take her until a writer brings back Darkstar. \:\-\) I know I'm not the only Laynia fan, too. \:\-\)


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Beasty Mark




I miss my boy from the 70's.

> My number one choice would be Darkstar. This is the easiest way for her to make a return, after having been killed off so ridiculously in NEW X-MEN by Grant Morrison. So far, Mockingbird has returned (or so it looks right now anyway) and this makes me happy, so I'll take her until a writer brings back Darkstar. \:\-\) I know I'm not the only Laynia fan, too. \:\-\)


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Cornelius




avengers96


> I miss my boy from the 70's.

Likewise.

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Evil G:DR




> > I forgot....how did Banshee die?
>
> X-men: Deadly Genesis, trying to save a plane load of passengers from being killed by Vulcan.

He failed, the plane crashed, and he died. What part of this didn't make sense?


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Reverend Meteor




...well he's dead to me. I can't see him being Penance. It makes no sense.


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Nighthawk




> My number one choice would be Darkstar. This is the easiest way for her to make a return, after having been killed off so ridiculously in NEW X-MEN by Grant Morrison. So far, Mockingbird has returned (or so it looks right now anyway) and this makes me happy, so I'll take her until a writer brings back Darkstar. \:\-\) I know I'm not the only Laynia fan, too. \:\-\)

Phoenix/Jean Grey.


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Bah




Because if you COULD care less (than you do about YA Vision), then you're actually expressing that you care.

"Could care less" = "irregardless" = "could of" = English deformations that need to be stopped before they reach my kids. LOL


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Doc Shallot




> Because if you COULD care less (than you do about YA Vision), then you're actually expressing that you care.
>
> "Could care less" = "irregardless" = "could of" = English deformations that need to be stopped before they reach my kids. LOL

I stand corrected. It serves me right for trying to truncate my subject line so it fits in the alloted space. Thanks.


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> > > I forgot....how did Banshee die?
> >
> > X-men: Deadly Genesis, trying to save a plane load of passengers from being killed by Vulcan.
>
> He failed, the plane crashed, and he died. What part of this didn't make sense?

I thought it was heroic even if I want Banshee back. Now thinking about it, I think Moira should be a skrull since she was close to Xavier but not too close


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Mac




> My number one choice would be Darkstar. This is the easiest way for her to make a return, after having been killed off so ridiculously in NEW X-MEN by Grant Morrison. So far, Mockingbird has returned (or so it looks right now anyway) and this makes me happy, so I'll take her until a writer brings back Darkstar. \:\-\) I know I'm not the only Laynia fan, too. \:\-\)

Good question
Since Im a HUGE alpha flight fan, I would want alpha flight


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Mac




> Heck, who needs the Skrulls. The Presence brought back Vanguard, so maybe he could pull a whammy with Darkstar. That would be so fetch! \:\-\)

is Darkstar body still intact after her death in XMen?


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Dark Marvel




> My number one choice would be Darkstar. This is the easiest way for her to make a return, after having been killed off so ridiculously in NEW X-MEN by Grant Morrison. So far, Mockingbird has returned (or so it looks right now anyway) and this makes me happy, so I'll take her until a writer brings back Darkstar. \:\-\) I know I'm not the only Laynia fan, too. \:\-\)


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zeus




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The Black Guardian




> My number one choice would be Darkstar. This is the easiest way for
> her to make a return, after having been killed off so ridiculously in
> NEW X-MEN by Grant Morrison. So far, Mockingbird has returned (or so
> it looks right now anyway) and this makes me happy, so I'll take her
> until a writer brings back Darkstar. \:\-\) I know I'm not the only
> Laynia fan, too. \:\-\)

You bet your Russian taiga you're not the only one!

Mockingbird and Darkstar would be my choices, as well.
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Philmer-Ken





Banshee, Jean Grey, Cypher, Namorita, Synch, Skin, Kraven (The original) Ant Man (Scott Lang) Agatha Harkness, Thunderstrike, Darkstar, Alpha Flight.

Logically: Alpha Flight, Ant Man, Namorita, Jean Grey and maybe Banshee could be likely candidates to return. the rest of the list are such minor characters, had a purposeful death, or had such a limited following because of their comicbook lifespan..that I doubt marvel would care to bring them back.

And just another tab....

What "returned from the dead" characters would you like to find out are skrulls?

Psylocke would be on my number one.
Aunt May number two and
Penence would be my Number three

.....Psylocke could remain dead for good, Aunt may could be discovered to have been dead for a while (since BND she's just a dumb old bag again anyway and is just used as a doting filler for the stories) and Speedball could be found alive and well in the custody of skrulls.

-Philmer-Ken


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DH the Lurker




> My number one choice would be Darkstar. This is the easiest way for her to make a return, after having been killed off so ridiculously in NEW X-MEN by Grant Morrison. So far, Mockingbird has returned (or so it looks right now anyway) and this makes me happy, so I'll take her until a writer brings back Darkstar. \:\-\) I know I'm not the only Laynia fan, too. \:\-\)


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James Hunter




> > My number one choice would be Darkstar. This is the easiest way for her to make a return, after having been killed off so ridiculously in NEW X-MEN by Grant Morrison. So far, Mockingbird has returned (or so it looks right now anyway) and this makes me happy, so I'll take her until a writer brings back Darkstar. \:\-\) I know I'm not the only Laynia fan, too. \:\-\)


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Dark Marvel




> > > My number one choice would be Darkstar. This is the easiest way for her to make a return, after having been killed off so ridiculously in NEW X-MEN by Grant Morrison. So far, Mockingbird has returned (or so it looks right now anyway) and this makes me happy, so I'll take her until a writer brings back Darkstar. \:\-\) I know I'm not the only Laynia fan, too. \:\-\)


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autochron




He's been given the shaft for years now from writers who just don't "get" him. In my opinion he's one of Marvel's greatest characters but for some reason the current editorial staff can't comprehend him. Even writers that I admire can't get him right (Busiek). He's not just a robot! He's NOT just an android!

> I miss my boy from the 70's.
>
> > My number one choice would be Darkstar. This is the easiest way for her to make a return, after having been killed off so ridiculously in NEW X-MEN by Grant Morrison. So far, Mockingbird has returned (or so it looks right now anyway) and this makes me happy, so I'll take her until a writer brings back Darkstar. \:\-\) I know I'm not the only Laynia fan, too. \:\-\)


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Coops




> > > My number one choice would be Darkstar. This is the easiest way for her to make a return, after having been killed off so ridiculously in NEW X-MEN by Grant Morrison. So far, Mockingbird has returned (or so it looks right now anyway) and this makes me happy, so I'll take her until a writer brings back Darkstar. \:\-\) I know I'm not the only Laynia fan, too. \:\-\)


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paylo




> My number one choice would be Darkstar. This is the easiest way for her to make a return, after having been killed off so ridiculously in NEW X-MEN by Grant Morrison. So far, Mockingbird has returned (or so it looks right now anyway) and this makes me happy, so I'll take her until a writer brings back Darkstar. \:\-\) I know I'm not the only Laynia fan, too. \:\-\)


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mojogogo




> My number one choice would be Darkstar. This is the easiest way for her to make a return, after having been killed off so ridiculously in NEW X-MEN by Grant Morrison. So far, Mockingbird has returned (or so it looks right now anyway) and this makes me happy, so I'll take her until a writer brings back Darkstar. \:\-\) I know I'm not the only Laynia fan, too. \:\-\)


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AndrewMTC




Though perhaps a better way for him to come back wouldn't sacrifice his heroic...sacrifice.

Hornet...went out in such a dumb way for such a great, underused character. Just bring him back, any way possible.

> > My number one choice would be Darkstar. This is the easiest way for her to make a return, after having been killed off so ridiculously in NEW X-MEN by Grant Morrison. So far, Mockingbird has returned (or so it looks right now anyway) and this makes me happy, so I'll take her until a writer brings back Darkstar. \:\-\) I know I'm not the only Laynia fan, too. \:\-\)


Check it out: Shu and I (and FLCL) teamed up!



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